Our Primary Goal
Protection of native forests in Paraguay
Time to Act
This is our mission
How we Protect Native Forest
Monoculture as savior of the native forests in Paraguay
Our industrial reforestation prevents further deforestation of native forest. Soil that has not been used can now provide urgently needed wood through our reforestation. The wood demand would otherwise be taken from remaining native forest.
Preparing the soil to be reforested
Only through our eucalyptus cultivation is the soil enriched with nutrients again. This enables the native forest to re-polpulate again. Our long-term goal is to give the native forest room to spread again over time.
Active protection and care of the acquired native forest
Remaining native forest, which we acquire with the areas are not cleared but protected. At present, in addition to our eucalyptus areas, we also manage more than 200 hectares of native forest, which we actively protect.
Reintroduction of plundered tropical woods (Nativas)
Precious woods that are important for the ecosystem, but have been cleared for the most part, are being added back to the native forest stand. Among others, the following precious wood species are reforested: Cedro, West Indian cedar, Lapacho, Yvyra Pyta, Paraguayan rosewood, Guatambú and Peterevy.